Tradition of Excellence

160 NWAC Championships
218 NWAC Region Championships
4 NCWSA Championships
3 NJCAA Championships
as of 07-27-2017
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Scott Kramer

Scott Kramer



 


  Position:
  Head Men's Golf Coach
  Assistant Women's Golf Coach
  
  Contact Information:
  509-533-7445
  Scott.Kramer@scc.spokane.edu   
  
  Spokane Community College
  Attn: Scott Kramer
  MS 2050
  1810 N. Greene St.
  Spokane, WA 99217
  
 
 

Scott Kramer is in his 10th season as a member of the Community Colleges of Spokane Athletic Department.  He serves as the Head Men’s Golf Coach, Athletic Marketing/Fundraising/Sponsorship Manager and Physical Education Instructor.  During Coach Kramer’s 9 year tenure as coach, CCS has won 49 team titles and 32 individual titles, including  second place finishes in two NWAC Championship Tournaments before the team won the 2011 NWAC Championship by a convincing 18 shot margin .  The team repeated again in 2012. Spanning two seasons, Spokane won 15 consecutive tournaments before placing second by 1 stroke in the second to last event of last season.  With the 2016 NWAC Championship, Spokane has won 5 of the last 6 titles.  Coach Kramer has been named NWAC Coach of the Year 5 times.

Nearly 85% of the sophomores who competed for Spokane golf have went on to continue their playing careers and finish their degrees at 4-year schools.  Currently, Tanner Kovacevich is competing at Cal Baptist, Jordan Bass is at Colorado School of the Mines, Jake Verlin and Brandon Barnes are competing at Lewis Clark State College and  Michael Almonte is in his second season  at Seattle Universtiy.  Dylan Maine had multiple D-1 scholarship offers, but opted to turn pro and is playing on the All-American Gateway Tour.  Maine was named MVP of the Hudson Cup in the fall of 2012 as an amateur.  Brady Calkins won the 2014 NWAC individual title and is now near the top of the money list on the Golden Gate Pro Tour.  During Kramer's time, players have moved on to NCAA Division I programs at Washington State, Gonzaga, Boise State, University of Idaho, Utah State University, Seattle University and University of Texas at Arlington.   Another former standout went on to play at NCAA Division II perennial top 10 in the nation team University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and two players at Cal Baptist and Colorado School of The Mines are both consistantly ranked in the top 15 of NCAA DII.  Multiple players have compted at Lewis Clark State College where the program is consistantly ranked in the top 20 in the NAIA ranks.

Previous to working at CCS, Coach Kramer played golf for the Sasquatch under Coach Paul Tikker during the 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons.  His team won the 2002 NWAACC Golf Championship and he was named team captain.  The 2002 team was inducted into the CCS Hall of Fame in the spring of 2011.  He continued his playing career at Whitworth University and helped lead the Pirates to the 2005 NWC conference championship.  Coach Kramer graduated with an English/Education degree in 2005.  He earned his Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership from Grand Canyon University. 

Coach Kramer brings an extensive competitive golfing background and a passion for success to the golf program.  He grew up in Odessa, WA where he was a standout athlete for the Tigers, playing football, basketball and golf for his father Myron Kramer.  Coach Kramer resides in Liberty Lake, WA with his beautiful wife Dani and their puppy, Teddy.  Kramer and his wife recently welcomed Parker Ryan Kramer to the family.  He was born on May 17th, 2013. This past year, the Kramers welcomed twin girls, Lyla Myrie and Kai Lynne Kramer who were born on May 26th, 2016.